How do I get my earnings put into my PayPal account
I've looked in faq and the learning center and can't find the answer. I have a large enough balance to get a pay out. Nothing has ever gone into my PayPal, so it must not happen automatically.
How long have you had enough in your balance? Mine go to my Paypal automatically.
I think I understand it a little better now. I only have $33 now and I think it will probably begin automatically moving into my PayPal at $50. Does that sound right to you?
Yes, you have to have at least $50 for the money to transfer.
Thanks Veronica, Sometimes that FAQ section baffles me.
Yeah, it sucks, actually. I had to search and search for answers. Hubpages may have a FB group. I know Squidoo has several and I am really active at Squidoo.
You need to set your payment settings on your account. To do this, go to My Account, then go to Earnings, and scroll down to the bottom. The last item is Payment Settings. Make sure that shows your correct email address as the address associated for your account. If not, click on the configure button to set it up.
Once it's setup, your payments should just automatically go to Paypal. Then you can sign up for a Paypal debit card and have easier access to your money.
Hope this helps!
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